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Does a larger semen volume increase your odds of getting a female pregnant ?
- TavyLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
Nope, it just needs a few drops.
- pit bulls biteLv 72 months ago
a shorter co ck a doodle does
- Andy CLv 72 months ago
Nope. All that matters is the supermarket count, which has nothing to with seminal volume.
- 2 months ago
Nope, doesn't work that way. Your sperm count is what matters, not your seminal fluid volume.
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- 2 months ago
It totally relies upon the sort of IUD. Progesterone-delivering IUDs like Mirena and Skyla have a consistently diminishing measure of progesterone over the long run. When the progesterone runs out or gets too low to even think about influencing the sperm (that is the manner by which the Mirena works) at that point the preventative impact is gone and pregnancy is totally conceivable.
In any case, different sorts of IUD resembles the copper Paragard are affirmed to keep going for a very long time, however has been appeared to conceivably be successful as long as 12 years or significantly more.
In the event that you are explicitly dynamic and don't have any desire to get pregnant, it's ideal to supplant the IUD with another one around the hour of its lapse—however, is anything but a crisis.
- RobinLv 72 months ago
Yes if it’s quality. Ideally 3 days since last emissions
- Anonymous2 months ago
No, the vast majority of semen is just fluids. It all comes down to sperm count. In general, men that have a lower semen volume have a higher concentration of sperm while a higher volume of semen has a more diluted amount of sperm. In reality too large of a load could actually be a bad thing and could be the biological reason why most men don’t produce large volumes of semen like they think manly men do as it dilutes the sperm. The average amount of semen is under 3/4 of a teaspoon, it’s literally a splash of spit to put it into comparison.